Thief, the upcoming stealth game from Eidos Montreal, will be ported by Dutch studio Nixxes for the PC platform.
Just like Tomb Raider, it's going to be optimized for AMD hardware.
Thief reboots the classic stealth franchise and will appear next year for next-generation consoles like the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but also for the PC.
Now, according to PCGamesHardware, the PC version of Thief will be handled by Dutch studio Nixxes, the same developer who handled the porting process for Tomb Raider back in March.
Just like the adventures of Lara Croft, the new Thief will be optimized for AMD hardware, including CPUs and graphics cards.
No other details were offered but let's hope Nixxes' close relationship with AMD won't mean once again issues for PC owners who have Nvidia graphics cards.
Tomb Raider was a pretty good port on the PC but Nvidia owners encountered quite a few glitches that were solved through subsequent patches for the game and driver updates from the graphics card company.
Thief Will Be Ported by Nixxes for PC, Optimized for AMD
The same studio that ported Tomb Raider onto PC will handle Thief
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